The mainstream media's fear of Mark Zuckerberg is not supported by the documents.
When "protecting users' safety" actually means the opposite
"The plaintiffs failed to make out a plausible claim that the Pulse massacre was an act of 'international terrorism' as that term is defined in the ATA."
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Attempts by British lawmakers to erase online anonymity would lead to radical speech being pushed underground.
Upstart competitors can’t hope to match the resources required to compile a list of banned individuals and organizations.
Tech giants expressing openness to amending Section 230 are doing so out of naked self-interest, not the goodness of their hearts.
"A key part of the control in Cuba is keeping people afraid, keeping them isolated from one another," says Henken. The internet has mitigated this.
Patiently waiting for senators and whistleblowers to freak out over this
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"Maybe one billionaire with a penchant for destroying democracies shouldn’t be allowed to own so much of the internet," says the representative from New York.
The site is clearly in trouble and the government doesn't need to step in.
"We don't actually do finsta," Antigone Davis, Facebook's head of security, explained.
Young people who came of age after 9/11 aren't snowflakes despite being exposed to a series of catastrophic events and apocalyptic news narratives.
CNN Shuts Down Access to Facebook Pages in Australia After Court Ruling Holding Media Outlets Liable for Commenters
This is where government demands to moderate what users say will ultimately lead.
Political polarization drives social media use, rather than the other way around.
Politicians and activists claim social media is turning us into zombies. But new technologies have been greeted with skepticism since the dawn of time.
Government restrictions on private editorial discretion violate the First Amendment.
"It was a mistake among the digital team," says executive director Anthony Romero.
Viral Video of White Woman Allegedly Telling Black Couple To 'Stay in Your Hood' Was Recorded by a Known Fabulist
Emma Sarley's employer might come to regret instantly firing her.
Judge Explains First Amendment Basics to Wisconsin Sheriff Who Threatened Teen with Jail for Instagramming Her COVID Infection
No, law enforcement and school officials cannot order students to remove posts about exposure to the coronavirus.
Still, Facebook should not have allowed its VIPs to flout the rules it claimed applied to everyone.
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Here’s why Section 230 is so important.
Being jerks is just the way some people try to make themselves feel dominant.
The defendants are not on trial for child sex trafficking, yet prosecutor Reggie Jones wouldn't stop talking about it.
Hint: It wasn't Big Tech censorship.
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A federal judge says an anti-porn group's suit against Twitter can move forward, in a case that could portend a dangerous expansion of how courts define "sex trafficking."
Since Platform-by-Platform Censorship Doesn't Work, These Researchers Think, the Government Should Help 'Halt the Spread of Misinformation'
Their study found that Twitter's efforts to police Donald Trump's false election fraud claims were ineffective and may even have backfired.
Breaking encryption technologies always makes us less safe, no matter what the justification.
The Pew Research Center found that support for censorship is increasing.
Friday A/V Club: Some people are against concentrated media power. Some just want to bend it to their will.
Big tech platforms should encourage debate, not forbid it.
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Whether or not YouTube should have suspended him, the senator overlooked the limitations of the studies he cited and ignored countervailing research.
The Biden Administration Is Pushing Social Media Platforms To Expand Their Definition of Intolerable COVID-19 'Misinformation'
Online censorship by proxy undermines the ordinary process for checking claims and counterclaims.
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